ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Police arrested a woman after a dispute over an unpaid bill turned into chaos.
In April, Albuquerque police say Myisha Garcia, 25, went to an apartment near Chelwood Park and Copper Northeast.
Cops say Garcia was upset with a woman over an unpaid electric bill and pushed her way into the apartment.
Police say Garcia's friend pulled out a handgun and fired one shot into the apartment.
No one was hurt.
Garcia was arrested Wednesday and faces numerous charges.
It is not known if police have arrested the shooter.
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